Seeking Resources

Survey on Ethics Program Interests for College Students, Faculty & Staff

I have been asked for quite some time to do more work with college students on helping them to make better choices and I am now at a point where I can pursue that in a more dedicated manor. I have created a quick survey for college students, staff, faculty and parents on what kinds Read more…

Which Ethics & Values Training Topics Do Your Organizations Need To Hear About?

I'm getting ready to put together some new ethics and values programs and would love your input on what I need to be talking about these days. (If you don't know what my current keynotes and seminars cover, you can find overviews of them here.) What I'm looking for is simply this… What are the Read more…

Ethics Books & Services Survey – Please Provide Your Input

Over the last couple of years, subscribers to my Weekly Ethics Thought, live program attendees, and readers of this blog have suggested quite a range of new products and services they would like to see me create. All are terrific-sounding ideas but with my time being at a premium, I need to get an idea Read more…

What’s After The End of The Line?

In a recent Weekly Ethics Thought, I said,  “Should you become aware of an ethics concern that does not require being reported due to legal or organizational mandates, the first thing to do is to diplomatically discuss the matter with the individual(s) about whose behavior you are concerned. If that takes care of the problem, Read more…

The Need For Independence For Both Auditors and Ethics Officers

Not that there’s anything wildly new in it but I think this is a nice overview at CFO.com of WorldCom Whistle-Blower Cynthia Cooper’s ‘lessons learned’. Though perhaps not the heart of the interview, the paragraph that, for me, casts the widest net is where she says, “The reporting structure for the internal-audit function often presents Read more…